The Infinite in Between
The Infinite in Between by Carolyn Macker was not a book that caught my attention.
Whitney, Zoe, Mia, Gregor, and Jake were all together for a freshman orientation group at the beginning of high school. There they wrote letters that they would open right after graduation. With intertwining tales and switching points of view, readers watch as they change over the years. With each carrying heavy baggage alone they’ve got a long road; but they’ll walk it together.
If I could sum this book up in one word that word would be “meh”. So for a better review I’ll break into the pros and cons and inbetweens. Yes! to diversity. With LGBT and PoC main characters it is more realistic. No! to the speed. The book was too fast paced to get good details. I want details of hospital visits and family moments. Meh! to pretty much everything else. Zoe was alright, and felt most real, but I liked Mia most and thought she deserved more spotlight.
|Page Count||480 pages|
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